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Ugandan Church Breaks World Guinness Record After Clapping 3 Hours Non-Stop

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A well-known Ugandan Church dubbed Phaneroo Ministries International has broken the Guinness World Record for the longest applause after its followers clapped for 3 hours and 16 minutes nonstop.

The three hours and sixteen minutes clapping expedition featured strict rules -participants were expected to clap hands only with no stomping and or vocal noise , no musical instruments were supposed to be used in the expedition. Also all phones were to remain on silent mode and no parcipant was to take any bathroom break.

Photos that have been shared across social media platforms show very weary and tired parcipants clapping in various stages. Some congregants were seated in the hall while others sat outside on the lawn with their heads bowed.

Before they embarked on the massive expedition, Phaneroo Ministries International applied to the Guinness World Records organization. They also ensured that they had complied with all the guidelines set forth by the World Records Organization before embarking on the expedition.

Phaneroo Ministries,’ leader Apostle Grace Lubega spoke to Ugandan and International media saying that the historic achievement is a testament to the indomitable spirit of Phaneroo and its followers. Grace said,
“It underscores the organization’s ability to bring together people from diverse backgrounds under a shared sense of purpose, forging bonds that transcend borders and barriers.”
“Beyond the celebration and jubilation, this remarkable feat is a powerful symbol of unity and solidarity in a world that often seems fractured. Phaneroo’s breaking of the Guinness World Record for the longest applause serves as a reminder that when people come together with a common vision and unwavering commitment, they can achieve the extraordinary.”

It may take up to about 12 weeks for Guinness World Records have a review of the documentation and decide whether they will accept it as the new record or they will reject it.